Division of Defense Strategy and Resources


Military Strategy can be considered as a science as well as an art. The priority goal is to ensure peace through strength. Actually, defense affairs mainly consider limited military budgets, rising equipment prices and sources of security threats. Therefore, the integration and planning of national defense strategy and resources has become the main trend of military strategic planning.
At the same time, many technologies that promote global economic growth today come from military innovations.
The combination of the Internet and cyberspace is the most obvious example of military technology driving the development of human civilization and economy. Several commercial products and technologies also have the potential to be used in security and defense affairs. In fact, whether it is manufacturing, shipbuilding, information, or even the energy industry, there is huge potential to support combat readiness.
Our mission is to integrate resources, industries and technology to effectively meet the needs of defense and security.
Further develop the concept of national defense economy, so that military investment can meet the needs of military strength and at the same time drive economic growth.
This also highlights the importance of the integration of government, industry, and the private sector to support the development of national defense affairs and achieve the strategic vision of domestic arms manufacturing and self- defense.
The vision of the Division of  Defense Strategy and  Resources is to combine the cross-field thinking of knowing, using, and establishing forces. And propose original, operable, and practical research results to provide decision-making and public reference.



 
 
 Expert  Title  Ext. Education
Tzu-Yun Su Associate Research Fellow 731 Ph.D., Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Paul An-Hao Huang        Associate Research Fellow 702 Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Melbourne, Australia
Liang-Chih Evans Chen Associate Research  Fellow 701 Ph.D. in Political Science, University of California-Riverside, USA
Daphne Shiow-Wen Wang Assistant Research Fellow 734 Ph.D. in Laws, Graduate School of Law, Department of Legal and Political Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
Yen-Hung Lin Assistant Research Fellow 793 Ph.D. in Law, University of Okayama, Japan
Jui-Min Hung Assistant Research Fellow  735 Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Louvain, Belgium
Hsinbiao Jiang    Policy Analyst 794 M.A., Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Ph.D. student, Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Oddis Jung-Feng Tsai   Policy Analys 736 M.A. in Diplomacy/Strategic Studies, Australian National University, Australi
Shu-Ting Liu Policy Analyst  732 M.A. in East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University,Taiwan,
Ph.D student, college of Communication National ChengChi University